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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:35am 05/08/09 | 2 Comments
Treyarch are releasing an iPhone application for Call of Duty: World at War that will allow fans and players of the game's multiplayer to track and compare stats as well as communicate with other community members and receive direct news feeds from Treyarch regarding the game moving forward.

It's awesome to see a developer continue to offer this level of support for their game. Here's hoping Infinity Ward follow suit with Modern Warfare 2 when it releases later this year, which will undoubtedly become the MP game of the year and for quite a while to follow.

If you grab the application, let us know how it runs.













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`ViPER`
Posted 10:51am 05/8/09
Better fix the spelling before trog gets ya.

On-topic, are many people playing playing world at war, or is everyone still on cod4?
Steve Farrelly
Posted 11:21am 05/8/09
I alternate, but I'm really enjoying the latest map pack from Treyarch, plus I just think their MP support has been way more inclusive and expansive over that of IW
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